Monday 8th March - “Kill One Terf”
THE CRITIC: Julie Bindel interviewed Marguerite Stern who was physically assaulted while campaigning against the sexual exploitation of women in Paris last weekend.
Marguerite Stern is an artist and radical feminist activist. Speaking out against transgender ideology has, of course, made her a target for the gender stasi.
Last August we reported on trans activists breaking into “L’Amazone”, the female-only bolthole Stern set up in which women could meet and organize. Women were shut out of their own space and their artwork was vandalised.
Last Sunday Stern was in Paris as part of an organised action against the sexual exploitation of women. Yet again, she became a target for violent ‘queer activists’.
Not only were she and her fellow feminists (some of whom are sex trade survivors) physically attacked, but someone threw an egg in her face.
The red graffiti reads “SAVE A TRANS KILL A TERF”.
Listen to an interview with one of the women here.
Tuesday 9th March - Jailhouse Crock
KIRO RADIO: According to an employee, half a dozen male prisoners have been transferred to the Washington Correctional Center for Woman.
The staff member at the women’s facility in Pierce County told the Dori Monson Show that male prisoners who ‘identify as female’ are being accommodated in the general prison population with female cellmates. Among the inmates transferred are Douglas “Donna” Perry, convicted of murdering three young women, and Hobby Bingham, a sex offender convicted of raping a 12 year old girl who now calls himself Princess Zoee Marie Andromeda Love.
The prison employee described a recent incident during which a male who had only just been transferred from a men’s facility, raped a female inmate almost immediately upon arrival. They also maintain that 150 biological men are due to be transferred to the women’s prison in the coming months.
Pierce County Sheriff, Ed Troyer, told Dori Monson that his department had received similar information to corroborate that males are being accommodated in the women’s prison. The Department of Correction would neither confirm nor deny this when approached for comment and declined a request for an interview.
Wednesday 10th March - Just Call It “The Prize”
THE GUARDIAN: A trans-identified male author has been included on the long list of a literary prize supposedly set up to celebrate female writers.
Last year we reported on the Women’s Prize for Fiction being opened up to trans-identified males. The prize was originally set up 25 years ago by a group of literary professionals who realised that industry accolades tend to ignore female authors. They decided to rectify this imbalance by establishing a prize just for women writers.
In October it was announced that the competition is now open to “Cis women, transgender women and anyone who is legally defined as a woman”. So men as well.
And it didn’t take long for a trans-identified male author to be included. The ‘longlist’ of sixteen books under consideration for this year’s so-called ‘women’s’ prize includes Detransition, Baby by Torrey Peters.
In 2012 David (as he was then) Peters was wrote a blog called The Crossdressing Room, in which he opined that the more sexually attractive he found women, the more he wanted to emulate them. Perhaps that’s why he now poses in lingerie on social media sites?
Here are a couple of extracts from his book, Detransition, Baby.
Is Torrey Peters’ inclusion in The Women’s Prize really supposed to represent and celebrate female writers?
Someone who seems to think so is author, Damian Barr, who last year led a campaign to remove a 78 year old disabled woman from her role at The Booker Prize.
Also Today - No Sex, Please; We’re Academia
THE SPECTATOR: Manchester University has banned sex-specific language.
On Wednesday, the University of Manchester released a Guide to Inclusive Language which dictates to employees, including the academic staff, “How to use inclusive language to avoid biases, slang or expressions that can exclude certain groups”.
Only ‘gender-neutral’ terms are now deemed appropriate in university materials, meaning that ‘man’, ‘woman’, ‘mother’ and ‘father’ must be replaces by terms such as ‘individuals’ and ‘guardians’.
One wonders how the Biology Department is going to manage.
Thursday 11th March - “A Shameful Day For Scotland”
The Scottish Hate Crime bill has been passed into law. It will afford more protection to cross-dressers than it will to those born female.
The bill protects the characteristics of race, disability, religion, age, sexual orientation and transgender identity. But the government rejected Johann Lamont’s amendments which would have made sex a protected characteristic. Consequently, men who say they are women are protected under this law. Women are not.
MSP Murdo Fraser commented on social media, “A shameful day for Scotland as the Hate Crime Bill passes – a law that will restrict free speech.” Citizens are not even afforded freedom of expression in their own homes and could still be prosecuted for opinions voiced over their the dinner table.
Policy analysis collective, MurrayBlackburnMackenzie, highlighted the issue of the freedom of expression around sex and gender identity. They made the point that even declaring sex is binary could have repercussions. “Under this new law people, particularly women, will face the risk of being reported to the police, simply for asserting that sex matters.
The trans activists and their enablers now have the perfect weapon to use against the women who oppose their ideology. And don’t think they won’t use it.
Friday 12th March - Detrans Day Of Awareness
On the first Detrans Day of Awareness, many brave women told their stories of detransition and refused to be silenced.
This powerful four-part documentary is essential viewing.
Vaishnavi Sundar @VaishaxWatch #Dysphoric - a four part documentary on the rise of 'gender identity' ideology. Playlist here: https://t.co/QCAA6y4mSv ‘Dysphoric’ was made over the course of a year during lockdown, amid cancellations. Your support is appreciated: https://t.co/tOerWf8zdY #Dysphoric2021 RT https://t.co/FeVNTXXWUK
The thousands of responses to it tell their own story.
And little can speak more poignantly than this image.
Saturday 13th March - Right Side Of History
On Friday night, while campaigning peacefully on a Vancouver street, Elston was attacked by a number of masked thugs who stole his billboard and camera, punched him in the face and head and broke his arm.
You can hear one of the attackers shout “Transphobes fuck off!” to him.
Right before they did this.
Also Today - Of All Days
Tonight’s vigil was supposed to be a coming together of women to mourn the loss of Sarah Everard and all their sisters lost to male violence; a collective roar of anger and pain from those born female over the harm caused to us by those born male.
Sunday 14th March - Women Can’t Talk Back At Bristol University
FILIA: An open letter the Minister of Education from Women Talk Back!
Women Talk Back! is a University of Bristol student feminist society. It holds weekly meetings at which attendees discuss all aspects of the female experience. Most meetings involve discussions and the sharing of experiences around male violence, so it is vital that attendees can be assured privacy, safety and dignity.
Consequently, when the group was affiliated with the Bristol Student Union in 2018, group organisers consulted with discrimination lawyers to facilitate it being single-sex under the exceptions allowed for in the Equality Act 2010.
On 1st March 2020, Women Talk Back! held a meeting called ‘Boundaries and Feminism’. A trans-identified male arrived and demanded access. The president of the group, Raquel Rosario Sánchez, explained that meetings are female-only. However, he refused to leave and caused a 45 minute stand-off, intimidating the women present.
He subsequently reported the group to Bristol SU claiming he’d suffered “Extremely harmful psychological injury”. As a result of the ensuing ‘investigation’ Bristol SU made the following orders to Women Talk Back!:
Mandatory diversity training.
The group’s President must step down from her role and cannot run as a committee member on any other society’s committee for two years.
The group is not permitted to be female-only and must make clear on social media, their own website and the SU website that it is ‘open to everyone’.
“The University of Bristol and the Bristol SU have both created an institutional climate in which male students feel entitled to force themselves into women’s spaces where they are not allowed. And to seek punishment and sanctions against the female students who assert their boundaries… These are not the lessons women should be learning in academia.”
Also Today - Happy Birthing Parent Day
Women can’t have one single thing to themselves.
Tell you what, Cow & Gate, no dad, gay or straight, has ever grown another human being in his uterus.
See you next week.